Over the past five years there have been significant investments made in managing AIS in the Great Lakes region, supporting a diverse array of activities and substantially increasing the ability of researchers, managers and communicators to prevent, control and monitor invasive species across the basin. Patterns of investment can be compared with existing regional strategies and management plans to help understand how these contribute to regional AIS goals and observed outcomes and used to identify opportunities for future investment, gaps or underfunded priorities, with the goal of informing future AIS policy and management investments.

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